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Glass doors are more durable than acrylic ones and can give extra support in case of slipping. Both types can have a variety of styles and materials used in order to look good and be more functional. Homeowners also have the choice to have a framed or frameless sliding door. Those with frames usually look sturdier but they can be a lot bulkier too. All the frames on all the edges will give extra support to the glass but if you have a small bathroom area this would eat up space. Frameless sliding shower doors on the other hand will give you that sleek look but equally durable attachments to the ground and the ceiling giving the right support for the heavy glass. These frameless sliding glass doors can give better aesthetics to your bathroom.
You can give a new look to your bathroom by installing sliding shower doors which are available in all designs. This can be done without undergoing any major renovation in your bathroom as you just have to put a glass case around the bathing area. These sliding doors can easily be installed around the bath tub or standalone shower units. Beside the stylish and trendy look given by these sliding doors there are many practical reasons for preferring them over other options. These sliding doors can actually protect other areas of your bathroom from getting wet or moistened. These sliding doors are an ideal alternative for the conventional shower curtains because they serve the purpose better than shower curtains.
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Framed Or Frameless? Glass shower doors come in various different shapes and sizes. But the most obvious distinction is the frame. There are frameless and framed shower doors. The frameless option looks more elegant and offers other advantages as well. It is for example a lot easier to clean and therefore improves the hygiene in your bathroom. The disadvantages that come with this choice are the increased costs which are around 40% higher and the more expensive installation. If you are considering buying sliding shower doors then you might want to know about the pros and cons of each.